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Jean-Baptiste Bienvenu-Martin, Philippe Berthelot and Wilhelm von Schoen. Baron von Schoen reads to M. Bienvenu-Martin, who is assuring interim for Foreign Affairs, a communication from his government backing Austria and declaring that is the conflict does not remain localised, "the most serious consequences" are to be feared. Philippe Berthelot (Sèvres, Hauts-de-Seine October 9, 1866 – Paris, November 22, 1934) was an important French diplomat, son of Marcellin Berthelot. He was a republican (as opposed to monarchists at that time). He entered the French diplomatic service in 1889 and joined the foreign office in 1904. In 1920, he became secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, with the rank of ambassador. He was forced to step aside from 1922-1925 because of his involvement in the scandal of the Banque Industrielle de Chine, controlled by his brother. He was friends with, and important in the diplomatic careers of, Paul Claudel and Saint-John Perse. Bibliography Encyclopædia Britannica, 13th edition, 1922, s.v. Philippe Berthelot. The Living Age, 8th Series, Volume XXVII (July, August, September 1922), Boston, p 500. Available at Google Books Persondata Name Berthelot, Philippe Alternative names Short description Date of birth October 9, 1866 Place of birth Date of death November 22, 1934 Place of death